Sailors repair damages caused as Japanese airplanes crash on and near U.S. Navy ships off the shore of Okinawa, Japan.
Okinawa Ryukyu Islands Date:1945 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Role of U.S. Navy Task Force 58 off the shore Okinawa, Japan during the Battle of Okinawa of World War II. Supplies are unloaded from a ship. Ships underway at sea. A truck drives down a ramp of a landing craft and moves towards a beach. Japanese airplanes in flight. Several airplanes are shot down and fell down into water. Explosions occur and smoke rises. Several airplanes crash on their targets. Explosions in water. A fire burns aboard a ship. Sailors fight the fire and repair damages caused by the attacks. An aircraft lands on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Casualties are carried on litters. Dead personnel on litters for burial.
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